I needed some new items for my office, so I decided to design a lamp. This lamp was done as an exercise to test out the Form 2 SLA 3D printer in combination with an FDM 3D printer. I’m currently working on the assembly instructions and parts list, and they will be available at http://ShookIdeas.com. Happy Printing!
If you don’t have an SLA printer, you can still support the design by purchasing a lamp from Etsy! I have a small business in Boise, Idaho (USA) and this is my passion!
Print level: Intermediate
Infill Level: %
Model originally printed on: Ultimaker 2, Form 2
Recommended print settings:
The lamp is comprised of an SLA and FDM parts. The lamp shade is SLA. 100 micron accuracy works just fine, and no support material. The lamp base parts are FDM and can be either white ABS or PLA. I used a 0.8mm nozzle, 50mm/s, brim, and no support material.